Day 2 of the Canadian national ringette championships in Burnaby and New Westminster saw a young Maritime team continue its charge.
New Brunswick's South East Stingers punched their ticket to the u-16 championship round with resounding wins, 103 over Team Saskatchewan and 9-2 over Quebec's BLL, to bring their record to 4-0. The Calgary Pursuit, London Lynx and BLL have also locked up spots in the championship round.
In u-19 play, the Nepean Ravens, Calgary, Rive-Sud and Winnipeg Magic have ensured themselves a spot in the championship round.
Games are taking place at Bill Copeland Arena, 3676 Kensington Ave. and Canlan 8Rinks, 6501 Sprott St. in Burnaby, and Moody Park Arena, 701 Eighth Ave. in New Westminster.
Bronze medal games are Friday night in the National Ringette League division and Saturday morning in the u-16 and u-19 divisions. Finals in all three divisions take place on Saturday, April 14, at 10 a.m. for the u16s, 12: 45 p.m. for the NRL and 3: 15 p.m. for the u-19s.